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Is it possible to make something like this in Paint.net?


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That is a clip from a TV show. I know there is a tutorial on making animated things but i have no idea how to do that.

I just want to know if you can use paint.net do stuff like that (take a clip from a TV episode and make it looped like that.)

If you can, it would be great if someone could point me in the direction to how or post a tutorial link that shows me how. If i cant then can someone just say how you do?

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Paint.NET cannot make animations. You could create the individual frames in Paint.NET, but you'd need a different program to collect those frames into an animated file format like ANI, GIF, or APNG.

I use Animation Shop (which came with older versions of Paint Shop Pro). I'm sure there are free alternatives out there as well, but I haven't needed them, so I didn't go looking for them.

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unFREEz seems to be the most-recommended animated GIF creator. You should use http://searchpaint.net next time.

 

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An easy way to do this is to use VirtualDub. Just select the part of the movie you want, then save as image(s). Convert them to GIF, edit in :pdn: if needed, and animate in unFREEz (or Beneton Movie GIF).
alright.

I already have unfreez anyways

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The only real problem though is VD's frame skip (I think that's what it is called; ex: how many frames per second, etc). As you could get a mass amount of images for as little as 3 seconds of a video. There may be some settings to adjust this, but I haven't looked into it.

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